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Poster: William Tell Date: May 21, 2014 12:11pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: (non-Dead) day late and a dollar short?

HOLY CRAP:

"Stairway's stature—financially, culturally, and musically—is towering. By 2008, when Conde Nast Portfolio magazine published an estimate that included royalties and record sales, the song had earned at least $562 million."

That is unreal.

Please discuss...if it is this much for this tune, doesn't it mean any number of tunes, say, Hey Jude, or Satisfaction, have generated ten million? More, less, you get the idea...this is UNREAL.

Did I say this is surreal?

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